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  • Name ambiguity is a fundamental issue we need to address and solve. Ambiguity may be the result of a common name, by a person with several language variants of their name, or by variations in how name information is collected. But, even after addressing name ambiguity, to support discoverability, we need to connect information across databases, disciplines, organizations, and nations. A persistent name identifier addresses both challenges.
  • The goal of ORCID is to provide a registry of unique and persistent identifiers that transcends organization, discipline, and nation. ORCID is a truly international endeavor. The registry is open: individuals may register, link, import and share information for no fee. But the registry isn’t enough. For ORCID iDs to be adopted they must be used. So the second part of our mission is collaborating with organizations throughout the research community to embed the iDs in research information systems and workflows.Our core mission is to provide an openregistry of persistent unique identifiers for researchers and scholars AND to automate linkages to research works by embedding identifiers in research workflows.ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary, open, not-for-profit, community-driven organization. We collaborate with researchers and organizations across the research community. ORCID was incorporated as a non-profit organization in September 2010.
  • So, it is a persistentiD, why should this matter? Why should researchers and organizations like yourselves take the time not only to get an ID, but to use it and embed it in your organizations workflows? It is a matter of interoperability.
  • Name ambiguity is a fundamental issue we need to address and solve. Ambiguity may be the result of a common name, by a person with several language variants of their name, or by variations in how name information is collected. But, even after addressing name ambiguity, to support discoverability, we need to connect information across databases, disciplines, organizations, and nations. A persistent name identifier addresses both challenges.ORCID is NOT a profile system.
  • No Visitors: ChadCurrent ORCID iDs (Aug 9)   See the iD Trend Chart: http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/150557-number-of-orcid-idsORCID iDs (includes deactivated iDs)    221538live ORCID iDs    221109deactivated iDs    429iDs that have a verified email addresses    140655iDs that have at least one work    61736Of those with DOIs, # of works with unique DOIs    946439
  • 29 volunteers so far in 15 countries. Need more volunteers in Latin America! So far only one ambassador in Brazil.
  • Mention that the first two are supported by the Public API, the rest require membershipAnyone can register to test the APIs and integrations on the ORCID sandbox—no membership required.
  • Now have two publishers that have implemented end-to-end integration of ORCID identifiers, Hindawi and Nature. The first ORCID iDs were submitted with manusciupt metadata to CrossRef in March and to PubMed in April. We’ll see a demo od the Hindawi process today.
  • NIH is piloting ORCID identifiers in its ScienCV system. The public, beta version will be released in late summer 2013.  
  • Avedasand Symplectic are ORCID service providers, supporting ORCID identifier integration into university profile systems. Avedas launched its Converis 5 system in March, which includes an ORCID integration. We’ll hear more about this during the demonstration session later today. Boston University is about to launch its integration with Profiles, the code for which may hepp support ORCID-Profiles integrations at other organizations, including Harvard and FDA.

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  • 1. orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Supporting Global Interoperability in Research Communication: The ORCID Initiative PKP International Scholarly Publishing Conference Mexico City, 21 August 2013 Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881
  • 2. The research community has lacked the ability to link researchers and scholars with their professional activities. 2 What is the problem? • Name ambiguity • Discoverability within and across databases • Author, grantee, and faculty record management • Output tracking • Research reporting and impact assessment
  • 3. ORCID Mission ORCID is an open, not-for-profit, international, and community-driven organization Registry of persistent unique identifiers for researchers Automating linkages in research workflows 3
  • 4. ORCID is a hub ORCID iD enables system-to-system interoperability by connecting across disciplines, research sectors, and national boundaries. 4 Funders Universities Professional associations Repositories Publishers
  • 5. 5 What is ORCID? ORCID provides a unique and persistent personal identifier that connects researchers to their activities through integration in key research workflows.
  • 6. Free and fast for researchers to register Record holder controls privacy http://orcid.org 6 For researchers & scholars
  • 7. Customize your account 7
  • 8. Link to your works and IDs 8
  • 9. Manage Access 9
  • 10. Status of ORCID Adoption 10
  • 11. Registry use is international • 228,000+ researchers • 21 countries >10,000 unique visitors • 60 countries >1,000 unique visitors • Registry supports multiple character sets 11 Country Visits % USA 134155 17.1% China 63304 8.1% UK 50664 6.5% Spain 40868 5.2% India 37532 4.8% Italy 35458 4.5% Brazil 33191 4.2% Germany 31197 4.0% Japan 27020 3.5% Australia 26060 3.3% France 21489 2.7% Canada 17990 2.3% Russia 13477 1.7% Sweden 12679 1.6% Egypt 12129 1.6% Iran 12112 1.5% Portugal 11720 1.5% South Korea 11499 1.5% Netherlands 11039 1.4% Malaysia 11025 1.4% Turkey 10601 1.4% Taiwan 9811 1.3% Poland 7994 1.0% Switzerland 7657 1.0% Mexico 7340 0.9% Romania 6081 0.8% Greece 5964 0.8% Saudi Arabia 5533 0.7% Belgium 4992 0.6%
  • 12. Expanded language resources Content now available in English, Spanish, French, and Chinese 12
  • 13. ORCID Members 13 Currently, ORCID has 71 members, from a broad cross-section of the international research communityPublishers Aries, Copernicus, Elsevier, EDP Sciences, eLife, Epistemio, Hindawi, Infra-M Academic Publishing, Karger, Landes Bioscience, Nature, Peerage of Science, ScienceOpen, Springer, Wiley Associations AAAS, American Chemical Society, ACSESS, American Geophysical Union, American Psychological Association, American Physical Society, American Society of Microbiology, American Society of Civil Engineers, Association for Computing Machinery, Modern Language Association, OSA, Royal Society of Chemistry Funders US Department of Energy, US Food and Drug Administration, Japan Science and Technology Agency, US National Institutes of Health, UK National Institute of Health Research, Wellcome Trust Universities and Research Organizations Boston Univ, CalTech, Chalmers Univ Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences Library, CERN, Cornell Univ, Duke University, EMBL (EBI), FHCRC, Glasgow Univ, Harvard Univ, IFPRI, KACST, KISTI, MIT, MSKCC, National Institute of Informatics, NYU Langone Medical Center, Riga Technical Univ, Univ Oviedo, Univ Zaragoza, Univ College London, Univ Cambridge, Univ Hong Kong, Univ Kansas, Univ Manchester, Univ Michigan IDs ResearcherID, Scopus Repositories and Profile Systems Altmetric, ANDS, AVEDAS, British Library, Copyright Clearance Center, CrossRef, DataCite, F1000 Research, Faculty of 1000, figshare, Knode, OCLC, PubMed Europe (EBI), Symplectic, Thomson Reuters
  • 14. • Energetic volunteers— may be researchers, publishers, librarians, research administrators. . . . • Proactively identify outreach opportunities within their own networks: presentations, posters, blogs, tweets, and more ORCID Ambassadors 14 • We provide resources to support outreach • May apply for a travel stipend or reimbursement of meeting registration expenses • Apply at http://orcid.org/about/community/a mbassadors
  • 15. Status of ORCID Integration 15
  • 16. ORCID APIs support system-to-system communication and authentication. Through these, organizations can: • Get a user’s ORCID iD • Get data from an ORCID Record • Let a user import from your system to their ORCID record • Enable the user to display on their ORCID record a link to themself on your system • Create ORCID iDs for employees and associates 16 What can organizations do with ORCID? http://orcid.org/organizations/integrators
  • 17. Supporting Integration Integrations Sloan Foundation support • Mini-grants up to $20K to support integrations • Grants available to • Research universities/institutes • Scientific & social science professional organizations • Deadline: August 31 • RFP at https://orcid.org/content/rf p-2013-06-orcid-id- adoption-and-integration- program 17 • Linkage with other IDs • Linkage with repositories • Grant applications • HR systems • University research information systems • Professional societies • More. . .
  • 18. 1. Click on ORCID link on Nature.com 2. Redirected to register on ORCID 3. User authorizes data transfer 4. ORCID iD is stored in Nature database Manuscript submission workflow 1 2 3 4 18
  • 19. “Nature journals authors can link their ORCID to their account in our manuscript submission and tracking system, and we[are now] publishing authors’ ORCIDs in papers.” Publication process ORCID iDs are being received by CrossRef and PubMed Diehl LA, Souza RM, Alves JB, Gordan PA, Esteves RZ, Jorge ML, Coelho IC. InsuOnline, a Serious Game to Teach Insulin Therapy to Primary Care Physicians: Design of the Game and a Randomized Controlled Trial for Educational Validation. JMIR Res Protoc. 2013 Jan 21;2(1):e5. doi: 10.2196/resprot.2431. PubMed PMID: 23612462, 19
  • 20. External IDs Create an ORCID iD or associate existing ORCID iD with ResearcherID Exchange profile and/or publication data between ORCID and ResearcherID 20
  • 21. Linking with data repositories Import works metadata from DataCite http://odin-project.eu/2013/05/13/new-orcid-integrated-data-citation-tool/ 21
  • 22. Grant applications Import information from ORCID record Link grant application to ORCID identifier The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) ScienCV is piloting use of ORCID iDs 22
  • 23. 23 Import publications from ORCID Record Link between profile and ORCID iD Research Information System integration
  • 24. Available free to the community: Registry (orcid.org), open source code (github.com/ORCID/ORCID- Source/wiki), sandbox for testing APIs (support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/166623-about- the-orcid-sandbox), Public API, documentation (support.orcid.org/knowledgebase), annual public data file (orcid.org/content/orcid-public-data-file), participation in Steering and Working Groups (orcid.org/about/community), iDEAS forum Available to ORCID Members: Member API, OAuth token to support authentication, ability to serve as trusted party and read limited access data and write to/create records, biannual data files. Premium members get additional benefits including monthly usage reporting, ORCID Services 24
  • 25. Get involved in the ORCID community 25 • Register for your ORCID iD at http://orcid.org • Check out the ORCID website, source code, sandbox, and documentation—all free and open • Submit a proposal for the Sloan-supported Adoption & Integration program (U.S.-affiliated institutions) • Become an ORCID member • Subscribe to our blog and follow @ORCID_Org • Participate in an ORCID working group • Support outreach as an ORCID Ambassador • Contact us at membership@orcid.org
  • 26. orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Supporting Global Interoperability in Research Communication: The ORCID Initiative PKP International Scholarly Publishing Conference Mexico City, 21 August 2013 Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881